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birdbrained

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Tunisians were helped, partially at least, by the birdbrained schemes of those working to get Facebook accounts hacked.
IN the recent Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council's Mickey Mouse pantomime, they have been Dopey, Grumpy, Sleepy, and less than SnowWhite and this Welsh reader isn't Bashful to say, that I'm not Happy, over a birdbrained scheme to use pounds 190,000 of taxpayers' money, building a bizarre road bridge for dormice and clearly they need to see a doc by the name of Do-little
Buzzard Valley sounds like a birdbrained idea but the red, white and sparkling wines produced within the micro-climate on the outskirts of Birmingham represent serious business.
Some of the blame lies with a birdbrained promotional campaign aimed at the glossy magazines that had McPhee playing up the lingerie angle rather than the goofy homegirl persona that endeared her to "Idol" viewers in the first place.
But by yesterday the birdbrained cockatoo had come to her senses and realised that the best thing to do with chocolate is to eat it
Yet they've left a niche market intact, in Hollywood and Sports Illustrated, for the birdbrained, anorexic "supermodels" who continue to service the adolescent male imagination.
Ed's sister, Adele (Lisa Steindler), and her best friend, Olivia (Alice Ripley), want the aviary to house Olivia's birdbrained Church of the Fifth Day.
Ben Stiller is a birdbrained male model, who doubles up as an assassin.